Sea, hills and mountains in one region. Here's what to see in the Tuscan Maremma

What to see in Maremma? Here are the places to know. Maremma is known to make you dream: unspoiled nature, historic villages, very long beaches.

3 tips on what to see in Maremma

Are you curious about the most beautiful places in Maremma? Here are some useful suggestions for an out-of-town trip or a few-day vacation among the landscapes of Tuscany, whether for fun or relaxation. What to see in Maremma? Here are the places to know

1. On the Road on the Coast: if you start from the Gulf of Follonica (with the horizon on Elba) you can stop in Castiglione della Pescaia, Marina di Grosseto and Principina a Mare. In Talamone you can visit the Aquarium (in the territory of Orbetello) and choose to go as far as Porto S. Stefano. Here the cliffs of Monte Argentario know how to make you fall in love with this landscape, so why not continue to Porto Ercole?

2. Excursion to Mount Amiata: one of the most fascinating places in the Maremma area, to explore Mount Amiata you can start from Abbadia San Salvatore and arrive in Piancastagnaio through the forest of chestnut, fir and beech trees, thus following one of several marked trails. If you prefer other starting places, you can opt for Bagno Vignoni, Seggiano, Semproniano, Castel del Piano, Arcidosso, Cingiano or Monticello Amiata.

3. Outing to the Maremma Natural Park: if you prefer a more comfortable option but at the same time make you relax and enjoy nature, you can join the various cultural activities of the Maremma Natural Park, or choose one of the many nature trails there. If you opt for a walk in the name of history, you can visit the many towers within the park and the abbey complex of San Rabano.

Places to visit surrounded by nature

 To say Tuscany and not think of the beauty of farmhouses, agritourisms, resorts and restaurants scattered throughout nature is inevitable. The Residenza Le Versegge, for example, in the heart of Maremma is a luxury agritourism, long owned by the Guicciardini Corsi Salviati family. You can relax in a resort surrounded by greenery, 20 minutes from the sea and perfect for a carefree stay. The residence provides hotel service or self catering: so you have all the comforts you need for your wellness stay. Suites, quiet and well-lit apartments: a location where you can plan excursions and pleasure trips in and around Maremma, thus reaching the art cities, historic villages and natural parks of the region.

Where to eat in Maremma?

Are you looking for a place that combines tradition and innovation, beauty and food, land and flavors of healthy and natural cuisine? Then the Re Sugo Restaurant by Tommaso Guicciardini is the solution for you. In fact, his culinary proposal alternates seasonal dishes in a creative and imaginative way, renewing the Maremma tradition without ever distorting it.

And how can you not stop at this location dubbed by many as "a window to the Maremma of Taste"?

What to see in Maremma? Here are the places to know

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